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The Top Albums of 2014: J.D. Swerzenski's take on the finest efforts of the year

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2. The War on Drugs | Lost in the Dream | Secretly Canadian

The line between the indulgent and the epic is a tricky one, and credit leader Adam Granduciel for somehow landing on the right side of it. Lost in the Dream succeeds as an equally epic album to all the classic 'murican rock that inspired it by way of expert pacing, sharp songwriting and careful production.

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